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Have you ever thought about volunteering but weren't sure about
what to do or how to get started? If so, South Whidbey Parks &
Recreation District has a number of opportunities for you to volunteer
to enrich your community. The success of many of our programs and
events depends directly on the efforts of our volunteers! And there's
a bonus: volunteering can be fun! The program also provides an excellent
opportunity for high school students to earn service learning hours,
and for college students to obtain valuable work experience. Below
you will find a sampling of upcoming volunteer opportunities.
For more information please call 221-5484.
Volunteer Coordinator for Triathlon
Are you great at instigating fun? Are you well-connected in this
community with energy for motivating others to contribute to their
community? The Whidbey Island Triathlon needs an enthusiastic and
organized volunteer to coordinate the 100+ volunteers that make
our triathlon on the first Saturday in August such a beloved event. Attend
monthly committee meetings, recruit, organize and appreciate volunteers.
This is an unpaid, volunteer position with great intangible rewards
as you see the racers cross the finish line. Interested persons
should contact Carrie Monforte at 221-6788 or email@example.com.
Volunteer Coaches for our Athletic Programs
We need volunteer coaches to provide positive guidance for youth
in our basketball league. We strive to provide a fun environment
which realizes and challenges each participant's playing potential
while maintaining the integrity of disciplined and fair "Team
Play". Coaches receive free registration for their child. Coaches
must attend the Skills Evaluation for their appropriate age group.
Coaches should be available for the coach/referee meeting also.
Contact Carrie Monforte at 221-6788 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can make a huge impact in your community by contributing money
or goods for many of our programs including the Youth Scholarship
Fund, the Chum Run 5K Walk & Run, the Whidbey Island Triathlon
or the Daddy & Daughter Valentine Ball. Gifts large and small
are all appreciated (and tax deductible) and make our programs possible.
Fall Activity Guide
available early September